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For the sixth year in a row, Health Catalyst has been named to Inc. magazine’s Best Workplaces list. The annual list is the result of a comprehensive measurement of American companies that have excelled in creating exceptional workplaces and company culture, whether operating in a physical or virtual facility.
After collecting data from thousands of submissions, Inc. selected 475 honorees this year. Each company that was nominated took part in an employee survey, conducted by Quantum Workplace, which included topics such as management effectiveness, perks, fostering employee growth, and overall company culture. The organization’s benefits were also audited to determine overall score and ranking.
“We are thrilled to be named to Inc. Magazine’s 2022 Best Workplaces list,” said Linda Llewelyn, Chief People Officer at Health Catalyst. “Our team members’ wellbeing and engagement is the top priority of our executives and at the center of all we do. Along with providing world-class healthcare, education, parental, and remote work benefits, we have built a workplace culture where all team members may feel loved, valued, and respected. We’re grateful to our team members who have dedicated themselves to the continued cultivation of this award-winning culture each and every day.”
“Not long ago, the term ‘best workplace’ would have conjured up images of open-office designs with stocked snack fridges,” says Inc. editor-in-chief Scott Omelianuk. “Yet given the widespread adoption of remote work, the concept of the workplace has shifted. This year, Inc. has recognized the organizations dedicated to redefining and enriching the workplace in the face of the pandemic.”
Health Catalyst’s previous Inc. Magazine honors include:
2021 – #38
Inc. Best Workplaces
2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017
2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013
*Health Catalyst became a publicly traded company in July 2019. Following this date, Health Catalyst was no longer eligible to be included on the Inc. 5000, a list of the country’s top private companies.